Joe Hunn and Engineers Without Borders Give Back to Peru

By Terri Danko, PCM, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development

In the remote village of La Huaylla, Peru, located over 300 miles south of Cusco, Peru, access to water is not guaranteed. Located near the top of the Andes mountains, citizens deal with limited access to water. Their current system doesn’t have the capacity to meet water needs for daily activities like drinking and bathing in the Village. Joe Hunn, PE, VP of Cotter’s Transportation Group, recently joined the University of California-Davis chapter of Engineers Without Borders as a student mentor for the program, focused for three years on the water access project in La Huaylla.

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Terri Danko, PCM Vice President of Marketing & Business Development